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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007339||Kali Linux||[All Projects] General Bug||public||2021-09-22 19:33||2021-10-15 18:44|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007339: Live USB Encrypted Persistence won't work.|
|Description||I've written the Kali 2021.3 image via dd and created the LUKS partition called 'persistence'. Created persistence.conf on it which contains '/ union'. Then I tried to boot up in 'Live USB Encrypted Persistence'. It just started the Live without asking LUKS password.|
|Steps To Reproduce||1) Write the flash drive via dd|
2) create a LUKS partition called 'persistence'
3) create persistence.conf which contains '/ union' on it
4) boot up using 'Live USB Encrypted Persistence'
|Additional Information||I didn't tried creating encrypted persistence on this version. It definitely worked on 2021.2. So, I think it is a 2021.3 bug.|
I've experienced the same. I spent some time trying multiple combinations of SD Cards, Flash Drives, and writing software - being sure to follow the documentation (and trying my own thing).
As above 2021.2 consistently works fine, and encrypted persistence in 2021.3 just doesn't. Non-encrypted persistence in 2021.3 seems to work though.
I've also tested with "kali-linux-2021-W39-live-everything-amd64.iso" in case there's something updated/extra in there but encrypted persistence doesn't work in that either.
||Another example https://bugs.kali.org/view.php?id=7373|
|2021-09-22 19:33||4wi7u4||New Issue|
|2021-09-26 19:27||HelpfulHermit||Note Added: 0015240|
|2021-10-15 18:41||Gamb1t||Assigned To||=> Gamb1t|
|2021-10-15 18:41||Gamb1t||Status||new => confirmed|
|2021-10-15 18:41||Gamb1t||Assigned To||Gamb1t => rhertzog|
|2021-10-15 18:43||Gamb1t||Note Added: 0015300|
|2021-10-15 18:44||Gamb1t||Relationship added||has duplicate 0007373|